PCS Vascular (Arteriovenous Anastomosis, Dialysis Circuit, and Lower Extremity Revascularization)
October 20, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT
CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management
This presentation will include arterial and venous procedures, specifically arteriovenous anastomosis creation, dialysis circuit interventions, and lower extremity revascularization. We will also cover the new 2017 dialysis circuit intervention codes: 36901-36909. Applications and scenarios for reporting the new codes, as well as reimbursement potentials, from a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services perspective, will be addressed.
Stacy Hardin, RHIT, CCS, AHIMA Approved ICD 10 CM/PCS Trainer
Director of Coding Services for Reimbursement Management Consultants, Inc.
Stacy joined RMC in 2006, and is RMC’s Director of Coding Services. In this role Stacy oversees all coding services performed and is ultimately responsible for the quality of services provided by RMC staff. Additionally Stacy is on the RMC review team and performs coding quality reviews for RMC clients and internal staff. Stacy has over 20 years’ experience in the Health Information Management field and has held various positions of Coder, Coding Compliance Coordinator and HIM Director. Stacy is multi-talented with inpatient and outpatient skills and a wonderful educator and trainer. Stacy was a vital part of development and implementation RMC’s ICD-10 training program and participates in ongoing teaching of staff and clients. Stacy enjoys conducting audits, researching coding issues, and providing education to coders. Stacy is an RHIT, CCS and an AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer with experience in coding and auditing of ICD-10-CM and PCS. Additionally, Stacy is an active member of AHIMA and TxHIMA.
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